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It takes experience to do percussion hardware right. You've got to know the ins and outs of drums and cymbals, with the sense of what it's like to play onstage as well as in the studio. Thankfully, the people at Drum Workshop have all the know-how they need to nail every aspect of their designs. There's a simple reason for that: the company's creators were drummers first and product designers second. When you browse this lineup of DW Hi-Hat Stands, you'll definitely get the impression that they were made by real musicians who know what it's like to use them day-in and day-out.
Like most manufacturers, Drum Workshop offers several product lines aimed at different kinds of musicians. If you're a beginner, start your search with the DW 3000 Series 2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand, DWCP3500 Hi-Hat Stand or DW CP-7500 Single-Braced Hi-Hat Stand. Each of these is a sturdy, reliable stand that's affordable on a learner's budget and has the solid construction to withstand plenty of use as you build up your skills.
For drummers at the intermediate level, the options really are wide open. You could stick to the 3000 series, or treat yourself to a higher-end model like the DW5500TD Delta II Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand. Looking for an absolutely professional-grade product? If so, be sure to check out the 9000 series. The DW 9500TB 2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand is a great option if you want a traditional in-line setup, and if you want even more customizability, the DW 9502LB and DW 9000 Series Remote Hi-Hat allow you to put the pedal wherever you want it without losing that signature Drum Workshop responsiveness and feel. You can even go direct-drive if you want, with the DW 9550 Universal Remote Hi-Hat Cymbal System.
It doesn't matter if you're a brand-new drumming student or a bona-fide rock star - DW Hi-Hat Stands are ready to tackle any gig. All you have to do is choose the one that best fits your budget and playing style, and you'll be well on your way to loving your drum set more than ever (Drum Workshop hardware tends to have that effect).